Clydesdale


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Clydesdale

Scottish medium to heavy draft horse, bay, brown or black in color, usually with white on the face and limbs, about 16.2 hands high. Very well behaved and showy because of eager action, white points and long leg feather.
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If Kelburne slip up at all, Inverleith, who were runners-up last season, could challenge for second spot if they can see off Clydesdale and Hillhead.
The former president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) - succeeded in April by Aurora Petroleum chair Ken McHattie - was appointed chairman of Clydesdale Bank in 2014 as well as chair of the board of National Australia Group Europe Ltd, having sat on both boards as a non-executive director since 2012.
Jacqui Atkinson, Community Support Manager at Yorkshire Bank, said: "The Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank Employee Volunteer Grant Programme recognises the great community work our employees are involved with outside of the Bank's own extensive volunteering programme.
Graham said: "MacRoberts, Nationwide and Clydesdale are investigating but there's no sign of our money.
Clydesdale, who also operate Yorkshire Bank, said last week trading in the three months to December was in line with expectations.
Shares for Clydesdale, which NAB plans on demerging next month, were set by NAB at between GBP1.
Graeme Hood, relationship manager at Clydesdale Bank s Business and Private Banking Centre in Aberdeen, delivered the deal.
The rest will be held by shareholders of NAB, which has owned the Clydesdale since 1987 and the Yorkshire since 1990.
The remainder will be held by shareholders of NAB, which has owned the Clydesdale since 1987 and the Yorkshire since 1990.
For further informa-|tion about Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Foundation's Spirit of the Community Awards visit www.
In mid-2011 Clydesdale implemented inappropriate policies which meant its PPI complaint handlers were not taking into account all relevant documents when deciding how to deal with complaints.
Clydesdale, which is owned by the National Australia Bank, apologised for the blunders.